WE are delighted to say that we have achieved Reaccreditation of the British Council’s prestigious International School Award!

The International School Award is a badge of honour for schools that do “outstanding work in international education”, such as through links with partner schools overseas.

King’s Ely first received the award, which lasts for three years, in 2012.

Approving our Reaccreditation this month, a British Council spokesperson said: “All the sections of your Impact Evaluation, including the Impact and Ambassadorial sections, describe a school which is committed to embedding a global dimension into its curriculum and international work with its many partner schools abroad.

“Despite the challenges of Covid, King’s Ely has found creative and innovative ways in which to engage pupils in global work and projects, in school or at home, mainly through an increase in the use of various forms of technology.

“Good luck with your future plans and congratulations on your success in achieving Reaccreditation of the International School Award in 2021!”

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